Microsoft Lumia 650 release set for early next month

Microsoft has been reported for sometimes to be on the schedule introducing its new Lumia 650 in February.

Microsoft has been reported for sometimes to be on the schedule introducing its new Lumia 650 in February. According to some recent reports the company is going to mark first of February as the unveiling day for the next Lumia phone. Now we got some fresh reports which not only confirm the first February launch of the device but also suggest an early availability in the selected markets.

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Microsoft is expected to make the Lumia 650 available for purchase shortly after announcement. And European market will remain the first to receive the Lumia 650 in early February where the Lumia 650 will arrive first in Germany via O2. The O2 is among the largest mobile carriers in the country showing a widespread availability of the Lumia 650 upon release. Also the device is going to be priced at $238 or €219 without counteract from the O2.

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Lumia 650 is expected to be a fascinating addition in the Microsoft portfolio due to many reasons. First, it is going to arrive with Windows 10 out of the box. The latest version of the Windows mobile OS brings many nice features which are right now available on limited number of devices. It would be fourth of Microsoft’s devices running Windows 10.

Some recently discussed reports showed us the upcoming Lumia 650 partially made out of metal. Though you may not find its internal specs very impressive but Microsoft has reportedly planned to bring it in a combination to suite business phones market.

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With 5inch display having 720pixels resolution the internal specs on Lumia 650 make it a good piece in its range of devices. Internally it is going to carry a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 chipset with 1GB RAM and 8GB native storage. Though the early availability of the Lumia 650 is only reported for Europe but it is also expected to land in the US later at some point.

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